MORNING CAMP

 

ART IN FIVE - NEW!
Grades 3–4   •  June 13–17 (Week 1)  
9 a.m.–12 p.m.  •  $300
Five days... five different types of art! In this summer program for third graders and fourth graders, campers will explore a variety of mediums, including painting, drawing and pottery. Discover the artist within in only five days!

CAMP CLEVER OWL 
Grades 3–4   •  June 20–July 29 (Weeks 27)  
9 a.m.–12 p.m.  •  $300/week

Camp Clever Owl delves into a new world of discovery and fresh perspectives each morning by focusing on the community. Campers in third grade and fourth grade will engage in a week-long group project that discusses and explores topics that can impact their communities — including environmental issues, current events, and more. Campers will weigh in on what matters to them, which will drive classroom activities and lessons. Games and crafts will also be included, related to each project, to allow campers the opportunity to play and learn. Children who are entering third grade or fourth grade will enjoy this thoughtful program that incorporates a community focus and working as a team while reinforcing reading, writing, and math skills during the summer months. Snack is provided daily.



 

YOUTH DIGITAL: 3D GAME DESIGN
Grades 3–8 (campers will be divided into smaller groups according to age)
July 20–24 (Week 2)  
9 a.m.–3:30 p.m.  •  $495
Campers in third grade through eighth grade will learn basic video game design skills including models, textures, volumes, lighting, and more as they create an immersive 3D world. Using our proprietary, age-appropriate game design software, OWL Game Creator, they will develop skills to help them pursue game development at a professional level. At the end of the week, they will walk away with a real 3D game that they can play and share with friends! Campers can access the online version of this course after camp, including video tutorials, interactive quizzes, and new challenges. Requirement: A minimum of 12 campers is needed to run this course with a maximum of 30 campers.

YOUTH DIGITAL: SERVER DESIGN 1
Grades 3–8 (campers will be divided into smaller groups according to age)
June 27–July 1 & July 18–22 (Weeks 3 & 6)
9 a.m.–3:30 p.m.  •  $495/week
Campers in third grade through eighth grade will design and build their own customized Minecraft server by utilizing Java programming — one of the most popular coding languages in the world. They will learn to use a pro-level Java development tool and master introductory computer programming concepts including methods and parameters, if-then statements, and more. At the end of the week, campers will have completed shareable Minecraft servers that they built from scratch. They can access the online version of this course after camp, including video tutorials, interactive quizzes, and new challenges. Requirement: A minimum of 12 campers is needed to run this course with a maximum of 30 campers.

ENGINEERING FOR KIDS:
OUT OF THIS WORLD - 
NEW!
Grades 3–4  •  July 25–29 (Week 7)
9–3:30 p.m.  •  $495

Is mankind ready to inhabit the moon? With a little help from Engineering for Kids® students, humans will be prepared to take up residence there by the end of the week! Third-grade and fourth-grade campers will collaborate with their Space State teams to create the safest and most effective community on the moon. Which team will earn enough Astro-Points to be declared the winner? This full-day summer camp for third graders and fourth graders will also introduce your child to the role that engineers play in our daily lives by engaging their minds in various hands-on activities in which she or he will learn fundamental concepts from multiple engineering disciplines.

 

GIRLS’ LACROSSE WITH COACH DUCK 
Grades 4–8  •  July 25–28 (Week 7, M–Th)
9 a.m.–12 p.m.  •  $250
Join AIS Varsity Lacrosse Coach Jenny Duckenfield (2015 PAISAA Champions, 2015 and 2014 Inter-Ac Champions) for cutting edge attack-defense-midfield skill sessions! With instruction from top collegiate players, campers will focus on goalie techniques and stick skills. There will be several opportunities for on-field decision-making to build skills and confidence on the field. Please bring your own stick, mouth guard, cleats, sneakers, and water bottle.


AFTERNOON CAMPS

TAKE THE LEAD: 
DEVELOPING GIRLS THROUGH SPORTS, FITNESS, AND LEADERSHIP 
Grades 2–5  •  June 1317 (Week 1)
12:30 p.m.–3:30 p.m.  •  $300 
When girls participate in sports-based development programs, Elementary school campers skills that can be applied both on and off the field. Young leaders will be guided to take those skills and utilize them in a whole new way. While sampling a variety of sports, they will learn and develop leadership traits such as communication, team building, and confidence. Take the Lead will foster a healthy sense of competition and teamwork. 
*Presented by the Center for the Advancement of Girls and the AIS Athletics Department

BOYS’ AND GIRLS’ SQUASH 
Grades 4–8  •  June 2024 (Week 2) (Sold out)
12:30 p.m.–2 p.m.  •  $150
Alex Stait, AIS Director of Squash and former world No. 52-ranked player will be leading the AIS Squash Clinic, designed to help the beginner/intermediate player get a firm grasp of the techniques needed to reach a high level of play. Each session will focus on technique and hand-eye coordination, which will give players a great start in the sport. Places are limited, and we look forward to seeing you on the court! Racquets, goggles, and balls will be provided. Players must wear clean, non-skid shoes. Maximum of 12 players.

Grades 4–8  •  July 5–8 (Week 4) 
12:30 p.m.–2 p.m.  •  $150 
Coach Doug DiSesa will be leading the Week 4 AIS Squash Clinic, designed to help the beginner/intermediate player get a firm grasp of the techniques needed to reach a high level of play. Each session will focus on technique and hand-eye coordination, which will give players a great start in the sport. Places are limited, and we look forward to seeing you on the court! Racquets, goggles, and balls will be provided. Players must wear clean, non-skid shoes. Maximum of 12 players.

 

AIS SUMMER IN SPANISH: GAMES AND SONGS IN THE HISPANIC SUMMER – NEW!
Grades 1–4  •  June 20–July 1 (Weeks 2–3)  
12:30–3:30 p.m.  •  $300/week
Take a stroll through the world of the Spanish language this summer! For two weeks, elementary school campers will learn Spanish through play — participating in various games and activities that will introduce and reinforce vocabulary, simple expressions, and messages. Cultural and social aspects of the Spanish culture will also be included. This new language program, created and taught by AIS Spanish teacher Montserrat Nomdedeu, will allow students to communicate in Spanish while developing a love of the language and of learning.

AIS MUSIC ACADEMY:
BEGINNER STRING ORCHESTRA – NEW!
Grades 3–4  •  June 20–July 1  (Weeks 2–3)
12:30–2 p.m.  •  $150/week
Keep up with your musical studies this summer! This introductory music program, developed and led by AIS Strings Instructor Angela Sulzer, is designed for beginner to intermediate beginner string players (violin, viola, cello, string bass). Note-reading, rhythm practice, and other music learning activities will be included, as well as plenty of musical games to keep musicians active while reinforcing musical concepts at the same time. Daily orchestra rehearsal will prepare musicians for a concert at the end of each session. Musicians will also be encouraged to discover music through art, as a way to further explore their musical capabilities.

Rewriting History – New!
June 20–July 8 (Weeks 2–4)
12:30–2 p.m.  •  
$150/week 
In this new course, campers will revisit specific times or events in history and consider them through a modern lens. How could the pyramids have been built with today’s technology? Would they have turned out the same? How would cell phones have changed the course of the Revolutionary War? Campers will utilize reading materials and videos, and participate in hands-on projects to explore, solve, and create! Final presentations will showcase the innovative work of our creative historians!

SUMMER READING CLUB – NEW!
July 11–July 29 (Weeks 5–7)
12:30–2 p.m.  •  
$150/week 
Have a summer reading assignment or just want to spend some extra time reading this summer? Join the club! Campers will have the opportunity to dedicate quiet time to reading as well as work with the instructor on questions, concepts, and skills.

LEGO® EDUCATION: 
WEDO® ROBOTICS – NEW! 

June 20–July 29 (Weeks 2–7)  
12:30–2 p.m.  •  $150/week
In WeDo®Robotics, campers will build at least one robot each day using WeDo® Robotics kits. Our young engineers will program their robots to move, make sounds, and respond to change via sensors.

READY FOR RIO:
SUMMER OLYMPIC SPORTS – NEW!

June 20–July 29 (Weeks 2–7)
12:30–2 p.m.  •  $150/week
To coincide with the 2016 Summer Olympics, AIS invites you to learn about and explore the Summer Olympic sports. Campers will not only have the chance to participate in sports like volleyball, track and field, handball, basketball, and more, they will also learn about the Olympic Games and how athletes prepare and compete. The week will culminate in our own unique version of the Summer Olympics!

SUMMER SNACK ATTACK – NEW!
June 20–July 29 (Weeks 2–7)
12:30–2 p.m.  •  
$165/week 
Are you hungry for the opportunity to build your own amazing snack creations? Summer Snack Attack is designed to teach you how to make your own cool and refreshing summer treats. Dig in to smoothies, frozen treats, and more!

SCIENCE SAMPLER – NEW!
June 20–July 8 (Weeks 2–4)
2–3:30 p.m.  •  
$150/week 
Each week, third- and fourth-grade campers will explore a different theme based around a branch of science. Theme based projects and interactive activities will illuminate scientific concepts. Week 2 explores All About Animals, when students will learn about different species, their habitats, and characteristics. Week 3 plunges into Wild Weather, when students will explore weather systems and phenomena and learn basic meteorology skills. Week 4 blasts off on a Space Exploration, when students will discover all that outer space has to offer.

MATH REFRESHER – NEW!
July 11–July 29 (Weeks 5–7)
2–3:30 p.m.  •  
$150/week 
Keep your math skills sharp with this new course! Campers will have the opportunity to individually practice math concepts to prepare for next school year, as well as participate in math games and activities with the group.

ART STUDIO – NEW!
June 20–July 29 (Weeks 2–7)
2–3:30 p.m.  •  $165/week
Dabble in a number of art mediums and styles in this new course — painting, sculpting, jewelry making, crafting, and more! No prior experience needed, just an interest in trying something new each day!

CREATIVE DANCE – NEW!
June 20–July 29 (Weeks 2–7)
2–3:30 p.m.  •  
$150/week
This course will explore a creative, conceptual approach to dance using standard warm-ups from ballet, jazz, modern, and hip-hop styles. Campers will explore dance concepts like shape, space, rhythm, and dynamics, leading them into creating their own dances. 

 

Agnes Irwin School offers some of the best summer camps in the Philadelphia area for Pre-K through high school.

Ithan Avenue & Conestoga Road, Rosemont, PA 19010

Tel: 610.672.1272 | summer@agnesirwin.org


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